The nervous system is composed of two basic cell types what are they called?
Neurons & Glial Cells
Primer & Secondary Cells
Neurons & Neurotransmitters
Dendrites & Axons
Soma & Glial
Coats the axon and acts as an insulator, increasing the speed at which the signal travels?
They transmit signals across a chemical synapse, such as a neuromuscular junction, from one neuron (nerve cell) to another.
This Neurotransmitter is involved in sleep and brain function and is vital for decreasing anxiety and tension.
Drugs that treat psychiatric symptoms by restoring neurotransmitter balance are called.
The peripheral nervous system has two major subdivisions?
The somatic & autonomic
The sensory & peripheral
The semi-autonomic & autonomic
The Dark Side & Light Side
Yin & Yang
Dendrites and the Terminal Bulbs
autonomic & stoma
Part of the nervous system comprised of the brain and spinal cord?
Free Nerve Endings
Involved in preparing the body for stress-related activities, such as running from a Bear.
deodorant which is a substance applied to the body to prevent body odor caused by the bacterial breakdown of perspiration in armpits.
parasympathetic nervous system
sympathetic nervous system
Nike, a lightweight shoe designed for use by runners
Motor neurons, carrying instructions from the CNS to the muscles are ?
Motor way fibers
the largest part of the Brain is the ?
Eye of Agamotto
Of the Four Lobes of the Brain one is considered to be is involved in reasoning, motor control, emotion, and language.
Which Lobe is tasked with processing information from the body’s senses ?
The top of the spinal cord merges with the brain stem, in this area what vital basic processes are controlled?
Breathing and digestion
Sleeping and dreaming
Complex analytics and strategy
Intuition and deep thought
Fight or flight
Pyrokinesis and Hydrokinesis
After reviewing the link provided in Alzheimer’s Discussion 1 you should be able to answer which type of Dementia occurs after a stroke______, and how common is it______?
Vascular Dementia & 2nd most common
Senile Dementia & 2nd most common
Thyroid Dementia @ 1st most common
Frontol Lobe Dementia 3rd most common
After reviewing the link provided in Alzheimer’s Discussion 1, you should be able to answer which statement is true.
Alzheimer’s is exclusive to individuals over 60 years of age
Dementia is a type of Alzheimer’s that causes problems with short term memory.
Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.
Alzheimer’s can cause memory loss but is not fatal
Karen was able to live in a coma for several years even when taken off the respirator. This is because parts of the body not under conscious control continue to function. These parts are regulated by the:
autonomic nervous system
central nervous system
somatic nervous system
You are about to give a speech to a group of 100 people. Your ____ division is especially active as you notice butterflies in your stomach, a dry mouth, and sweaty palms.
The ________ receive(s) incoming signals from other neurons.
parasympathetic nervous system
Multiple sclerosis involves a breakdown of the
Humans have ________ pairs of chromosomes
only men have chromosomes
only women have chromosomes
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